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Sunday, June 20, 2021

Sunday Video 5

 


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  1. Two words, Bang, Bang.....

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    1. I read all the comments and have to let you know what you are really seeing. The young woman brought her kids back in so she could shut that camera down and have NO witnesses as to where dinner came from. Those dogs left as a matter of personal safety. They might of been after justice for their missing little ones......... -Bert

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    1. Indeed, when I'm over a quarter mile away from anyone else and tired from laboring, having a gun is a game changer if someone or something tries to attack me.

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  3. I'd be coming back out with my Winchester Defender12 gauge... loaded up with double ought.

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  4. In certain neighborhoods, never leave your house unarmed. .45 ACP hollow points would have been a good option for that mom.

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  5. A couple 12 gauge slugs would do them nicely.

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  6. Go inside and get that shotgun

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  7. Would of been a good time to have a double stack 9mm with 147 HPs

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  8. This is why I carry, even around the house...

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  9. Hate to hurt an animal, but if my kids were at this risk, hot lead to the heads.

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  10. I think those are Canary Island Dogs (Dogo Canario AKA Presa Canario). If so, the dogs are extremely dangerous.

    As much as I like dogs and as reluctant as I am to shoot one, those two dogs should have been driven away or shot, and the owner held responsible - tied to the bumper of a pickup truck and walked around town for a while.

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  11. Aaaaand that is just one more reason that I always have a nine in the back pocket of my jeans when I leave my house.
    It's not always feral humans that one might unexpectedly encounter....

    Tim in AK

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  12. Next up ... Dad comes out with a shotgun. And with any luck, the dog owners that let dogs like that run loose show up to get shot too.

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  13. Did you see the hair raised up on big dog's back? He was looking for fresh meat.

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  14. My language too accurate for the comments?

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    1. No, your language violates Blogger's terms of agreement against hate speech.

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    2. Well thats they way I remembered it. I’m sure you know the type/kind of individual I was referring to. Some are just regular folks with no issues who have not swallowed the poison. Then theres the others that represent the term to a tee. Boy it was a ruckus that day for sure.

      Oh there was no hate, just facts and words. As kids we sang “sticks and stones”. Remember that one? We are being ruled by “the last ones picked for the kickball team”.

      Saber 7

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  15. Something convinced the dogs to depart.

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    1. No game any more, went to find other prey.
      I was waiting for either screams or a couple of shots.

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  16. You can tell from her reaction that wasn't her first time to encounter them. She knew those dogs. They're probably owned by a neighborhood cartelista and trying to do anything about them would get the whole family killed.

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    1. Try a couple of pork chops in a nice bowl of anti-freeze.

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  17. This has nothing to do with loving dogs. Those are wild beasts and need to go to the big bone yard inna sky.

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  18. Pitbulls and rots should require licensing and registration; far more dangerous than even pet wolves.

    -arc

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  19. You've apparently never owned a pit or a pet wolf.
    There's nothing domesticated about a wolf - they're wild animals, plain and simple. People try to romanticize them, but they're nothing but vicious killing machines.
    CharlieGodammit was only a quarter wolf and he was harder than hell to handle when he was younger. Matter of fact, I almost shot him a couple times because of his attitude, and he had the size to back it up. It took a lot of work to get to where I trusted him completely.
    That asshole dog Jack is a pit and he doesn't have shit on Charlie when it comes to attitude.

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    1. You are 100 percent right about wolves.

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  20. 20yrs ago a couple dogs like that killed this 33yr old woman in her apartment building. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Diane_Whipple

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    1. Damn, was that 20 years ago? I remember when that happened.

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    2. Inorite? I was thinking maybe 10-15 yrs ago until I looked it up.

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    3. There is an animal rescue down the road a few miles, the take in dangerous dogs, and various other animals. They have had coyote/dog cross mixes, if I recall, but they swear that they never have had a wolf hybrid of any type, since that would be illegal in Michigan.
      It is a man that I played high school football with. But I am pretty certain that at one time, they did have 2 pure wolves, that they were nursing back to health from a starvation issue. I toured that place one time, they charge 20$ now, but it is worth it, to see some of the things that they have there.

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  21. 12 gauge will fix that pest control issue.

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